When you pair this colored stationary with a metallic silver font, you have yourself a beautiful invitation, ready to be sent out to your loved ones. And the elegant calligraphy border really brings the whole thing together. If you’re going for a more casual, fun theme, this floral watercolor invite has just the perfect splash of color.
Whether it’s a deep eggplant shade of purple or closer to lavender, you really can’t go wrong with having your ladies sport purple dresses. I think it looks great on any skin tone and can really complement any bouquets they may be holding. As you can see in our style board, we’re loving the deep purple paired with pops of greenery and lighter shades of purple to pull the ensemble together.
No matter the sweet treat you choose to have at your wedding, whether it’s a cake, cupcakes or a platter of macaroons, this theme can easily be incorporated. If you take a quick look at our style board, you can see this amazing cake decorated with different colored M&Ms. And guess what? The inside of your cake can even be purple! (Thanks for the inspiration, Pinterest).
A dapper groom
Both men and women look fantastic in the color purple. For an especially dapper look, we paired a spotted purple tie with a pinstriped blazer, accompanied by the perfect finishing touch: a purple boutonniere. You can really never have too much purple.
As for the bouquets, we’re loving the pairing of multiple shades of purple (mainly because we couldn’t decide on just one). The finishing touch was of course the rope wrapped around the arrangement for an especially rustic feel.
If you check out our style board, you can see how a purple-themed wedding can vary from some purple to a whole lot of purple. And both look amazing! The unique lighting in this reception decor is absolutely stunning and gives a slight purple accent to all the decor at your reception.
What’s your favorite purple wedding element? Favorite shade of purple? Share your thoughts and ideas with us!